New Albums from Bon Iver & 8 More
Check out our critics' take on the best and worst releases of the week.
Here’s our take on the best and worst albums available online and in record stores Tuesday, June 21:
Bon Iver, Bon Iver
Inspired by an Auto-Tune interlude with rap’s elite, Justin Vernon gives his crib, er, cabin a makeover.
The Chain Gang of 1974, Wayward Fire
Catchy pop, extra cheese, hold the lyrics.
Gomez, Whatever’s on Your Mind
Roots in motion from across the ocean.
Liam Finn, FOMO
Pop-rock scion does bloodline proud.
Diamond Rings, Special Affections
Ailing rocker reborn as flamboyant synth outlaw.
Centro-Matic, Candidate Waltz
Johnson can’t stop, won’t stop, shouldn’t ever stop.
Various Artists, True Soul: Deep Sounds From the Left of Stax Vols. I & II
Peter Tosh, Legalize It: Legacy Edition; Equal Rights: Legacy Edition
Teddybears, Devil’s Music
Star-studded genre-hopping grab bag